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NH Cities and Towns

Interested in researching a town or city in New Hampshire? The links below will take you directly to the town or city’s Web Site.

New Hampshire has 10 counties, 13 cities, 221 towns, and 25 unincorporated places.

Cities:
Berlin, Claremont, Concord, Dover, Franklin, Keene, Laconia, Lebanon, Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth, Rochester, Somersworth

Counties:
Belknap, Carroll, Cheshire, Coos, Grafton, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham, Strafford, Sullivan

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | XYZ
Unincorporated Places

 
A
Acworth | Albany | Alexandria | Allenstown | Alstead | Alton | Amherst | Andover | Antrim | Ashland | Atkinson | Auburn
B
Barnstead | Barrington | Bartlett | Bath | Bedford | Belmont | Bennington | Benton | Berlin | Bethlehem | Boscawen | Bow | Bradford | Brentwood | Bridgewater | Bristol | Brookfield | Brookline
C
Campton | Canaan | Candia | Canterbury | Carroll | Center Harbor | Charlestown | Chatham | Chester | Chesterfield | Chichester | Claremont | Clarksville | Colebrook | Columbia | Concord | Conway | Cornish | Croydon
D
Dalton | Danbury | Danville | Deerfield | Deering | Derry | Dorchester | Dover | Dublin | Dummer | Dunbarton | Durham
E
East Kingston | Easton | Eaton | Effingham | Ellsworth | Enfield | Epping | Epsom | Errol | Exeter
F

Farmington | Fitzwilliam | Francestown | Franconia | Franklin | Freedom | Fremont

G
Gilford | Gilmanton | Gilsum | Goffstown | Gorham | Goshen | Grafton | Grantham | Greenfield | Greenland | Greenville | Groton
H
Hampstead | Hampton | Hampton Falls | Hancock | Hanover | Harrisville | Hart's Location | Haverhill | Hebron | Henniker | Hill | Hillsborough | Hinsdale | Holderness | Hollis | Hooksett | Hopkinton | Hudson
J
Jackson | Jaffrey | Jefferson
K
Keene | Kensington | Kingston
L
Laconia | Lancaster | Landaff | Langdon | Lebanon | Lee | Lempster | Lincoln | Lisbon | Litchfield | Littleton | Londonderry | Loudon | Lyman | Lyme | Lyndeborough
M
Madbury | Madison | Manchester | Marlborough | Marlow | Mason | Meredith | Merrimack | Middleton | Milan | Milford | Milton | Monroe | Mont Vernon | Moultonborough
N
Nashua | Nelson | New Boston | New Castle | New Durham | New Hampton | New Ipswich | New London | Newbury | Newfields | Newington | Newmarket | Newport | Newton | Northfield | North Hampton | Northumberland | Northwood | Nottingham
O
Orange | Orford | Ossipee
P
Pelham | Pembroke | Peterborough | Piermont | Pittsburg | Pittsfield | Plainfield | Plaistow | Plymouth | Portsmouth
R
Randolph | Raymond | Richmond | Rindge | Rochester | Rollinsford | Roxbury | Rumney | Rye
S
Salem | Salisbury | Sanbornton | Sandown | Sandwich | Seabrook | Sharon | Shelburne | Somersworth | South Hampton | Springfield | Stark | Stewartstown | Stoddard | Strafford | Stratford | Stratham | Sugar Hill | Sullivan | Sunapee | Surry | Sutton | Swanzey
T
Tamworth | Temple | Thornton | Tilton | Troy | Tuftonboro
U
Unity
W
Wakefield | Walpole | Warner | Warren | Washington | Waterville Valley | Weare | Webster | Wentworth | Westmoreland | Whitefield | Wilmot | Wilton | Winchester | Windham | Windsor | Wolfeboro | Woodstock
Unincorporated Places
Atkinson and Gilmanton Academy Grant | Bean’s Grant | Bean’s Purchase | Cambridge | Chandler’s Purchase | Crawford’s Purchase | Cutt’s Grant | Dixville | Dix’s Grant | Erving’s Location | Green’s Grant | Hadley’s Purchase | Hale’s Location | Kilkenny | Livermore | Low and Burbank’s Grant | Martin’s Location | Millsfield | Odell | Pinkham’s Grant | Sargent’s Purchase | Second College Grant | Success | Thompson and Meserve’s Purchase | Wentworth’s Location

 

 

 
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